Timing belt replacement cost

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Partner, Oct 19, 2006.

  1. Partner

    Partner Guest

    About a year ago I posted that I had found a Hyundai dealer that replaced
    the timing belt on my daughters 2002 Elanta for $230. Many replied that that
    was a very good deal. I just received an ad from that dealer with the same
    special good till 10/31. In case anyone lives near and wants to take
    advantage of the deal, he's in Clarksville Md. Clarksville is about 10
    miles south of I-70 on Md. Rt. 32. Between Fredrick and Baltimore. A few
    other comments,
    1) Of course there's an additional charge for "supplies", that is common
    2) I you have them replace the drive belts also ( I did and you should too)
    , make sure they charge only the parts cost and not the "flat rate book"
    cost. Remind them that they have to put a belt back on anyway.
    3) $230 is the charge for the four, the six is $150 more - I don't know if
    that's a great price or not.
    4) Call ahead to confirm the cost, you need to make an appointment anyway.
    5) here's their web address, its brand new and not complete -

    Partner, Oct 19, 2006
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  2. Partner

    hyundaitech Guest

    $380 for the v6 engines is also a good price. I haven't seen the ads, so I
    don't know which vehicles/engines the prices cover, but it's a good deal

    I'd imagine the Catonsville/Baltimore location would run the same
    hyundaitech, Oct 19, 2006
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